EE.UU.: “No more trips to Disney for corrupt leaders” of American Center

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Editorial Dept. Voz de la Diaspora

In an attempt to toughen its anti-corruption policies in Central America, United States warned, once again to suspend visas and permits for officials linked to corruption in their countries.

This is not the first time that the US government threatens to suspend the visas of corrupt officials. Last year, He warned that it would suspend visas to Central American officials who are under investigation for corruption and also, canceled the visas of some members of the Government of Nicaragua for violations of human rights.

“No more trips to Disney for corrupt political leaders. No more prestigious studies in the United States for members of their immediate families who benefit from profits stolen”, He stressed to the press this week Patrick Ventrell, director of the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL).

Ventrell warned that in the coming weeks, United States suspended visas to travel and political leaders, corrupt officials or former officials linked to corruption cases and also, He said it will be exposed publicly.

This is also, a measure of pressure on the Honduran government, promptly approve the continuation, a second period, Mission Support Against Corruption and Impunity in Honduras (Nacrciः), organization created by the OAS, similar to CICIG in Guatemala and El Salvador's CICIES, with which they try to investigate and punish cases of corruption.